From left are former Shadyside Head Coach Tina Yates and Shadyside Assistant Coach Clyde Yates, Linda Holloway, Kelsey Holloway, Brent Holloway, former OUE Head Coach E. J. Schodzinski, and current OUE Head Coach Adam Perzanowski.

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Kelsey Holloway drains one of her 13 three pointers in OUE’s 96-57 victory over Ohio University Zanesville on Sunday afternoon.

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Eastern Campus’ Kelsey Holloway goes out in style

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio – Ohio University Eastern senior guard Kelsey Holloway has had quite a college career. She was honored prior to Sunday’s game versus Ohio University Zanesville for her many accomplishments on and off the court, which include leading the Panthers to the 2012 Ohio Regional Campus State Championship and being named tournament MVP.

Holloway, an exercise physiology major with a 3.5 grade point average, is also on schedule to graduate this May and plans to attend a physical therapy graduate program in the fall.

In addition, she became the eighth player in school history to join the 1,000-point club earlier this season. Entering Sunday’s game, Holloway had 1,133 career points but statistic-wise, she saved the best for last in OUE’s 96-57 victory.

The former Shadyside great buried nine three pointers in the first half alone and finished with 32 points at the break as the Panthers raced out to a 60-25 lead at intermission. She continued her torrid pace after the break, knocking down the first 10 points as the Panthers extended the lead to 70-32 at the 17-minute mark.

For the game, Holloway finished with a career best 51 points, which included 13 three pointers. She broke the single game OUE records for points (51), total three pointers made (13), and total three point field goals made in one half (9).

River’s Laken Ramsay and Bridgeport’s Nicole Smolenak each finished with 11 in support of Holloway’s effort.

Kayla Krapp led OUZ with 25 points.

OUE improved to 11-4 with the victory while Ohio University Zanesville fell to 7-6.